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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Comprehensive immigration reform loopholes

Comprehensive immigration reform loopholes

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Sunday, June 10, 2007

cheeni kum....Chennai 600028...Maayakannadi...and more

Managed to watch these movies in the last 2 weeks.
Cheeni Kum : Big B still continues to manage to carry an entire film over his shoulders!I think he seemed to occupy around 95% of the film's duration at times boring.Tabu manages to go through her role with not too much to do.The small kid that kept yapping all through the movie did not gel well with the movie at all.If it was there in the movie to evoke sympathy among the viewers,it miserably failed.It seemed kind of too talkative and a rehearsed vomitting of dialogues compared to other performances of kids such as the one who played in 'Black' or the lovely Abigail Breslin from the Enlish movie 'Little Miss sunshine'.It was may be my aversion to the stereotyped Hindi films or something,this film didn't quite strike much.

Chennai 600028..
The movie started off very well reminding all the way of good old chennai and its street cricket frenzy.The characters seemed to be so perfect and suited well to the story.The use of cricket as the background seemed to be a great ploy until it began to go out of control and seemed to be annoying in the end.The language used in the movie reminded of the old galeej madras baashai.It was overall an ok movie.The songs were good to listen to.

The expectations were high for this movie as it was coming from Cheran,but it ended up being just another normal movie.Nothing great in the movie at all.The pathetic day to day life of a middle class person in Chennai was well portrayed and the message that it is difficult to survive was easily understandable within the first few minutes into the movie,but Cheran kind of dragged it too much to prove his point.
On the whole,slightly boring movie.

I also watched Unnaalae Unnaalae today.
Again a movie which would have been complete within 1 hr was being dragged without a clear cut ending for 2 n half hours.The hero looked good and Sadha seemed to resemble Simran at times when she wore glasses.The music was good , albeit being the same repetitive tunes from Harris Jeyaraj.

So many movies are being watched in the recent weeks and none of them bear any class.Finally I also watched 'Karupaswamy kuthagaithaarar;.Good performance from Karan but bad story.It was very boring in the second half.


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Thursday, June 07, 2007

A wonderful testimony which talks about Google/H1B visa etc..

Laszlo_Bock_immigration_testimony.pdf (application/pdf Object)

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Monday, June 04, 2007

More Advice Graduates Don’t Want to Hear - New York Times

More Advice Graduates Don’t Want to Hear - New York Times

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Saturday, June 02, 2007

Ambani's Dream home

Dream home of India's richest man

God knows why someone has to flaunt one's wealth in such a lavish manner.Its going to end up being a tower in Mumbai which is going to be visible to every Mumbaikar abd successfully manages to attract all the jealous looks and bad wishes towards the billionaire.

In that way I really admire Warren Buffet. The second-richest man in the world, Buffett still lives in the same house he bought three decades ago for $31,500, drives an older Lincoln Towncar, and downs countless cans of Coca-Cola every day.


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